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Mar 14, 2014

“International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus” Removal Guide

Is ICSPA virus or real government? Got a pop-up alert from ICSPA (International Cyber Security Protection Alliance) claiming that your computer has been locked? Is it trustworthy to pay the fine to get your computer unlocked that way? If not, then how to unlock ICSPA virus from your computer safely and effectively? Read this post and follow removal guide to remove the Ransomware from your computer completely and easily.

International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Description:

International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus (Also known as ICSPA virus) is a malicious malware infection that defined as Ransomware. Some people may wonder if it is a kind of virus, why my anti-virus software doesn’t inform me when it comes to my computer. Anti-virus program is upgraded according to the solution of the virus, if the virus is new-released, anti-virus software is totally useless in dealing with the new virus. This malicious virus is in this situation, thus, the anti-virus program has no effect. With the help of the Trojan, this virus can infiltrate into computer without user’s attention. Once this virus comes in the computer, the scam page pops up which disallow you to do anything, even try to use the keyboard to open the task manage. That means the computer is completely blocked by the virus, and that makes this ICSPA Virus is hard to be kicked off from the computer. This Ransomware alert has encountered many PC users’ computers in the purpose of trick their money and corrupt their computers terribly. Another Ransomware Internet Crime Complaint Center also invades users’ computers during their improper web browsing activities. This type of computer lock-up virus has targeted users’ computers from worldwide with different names which have already known as FBI Moneypak malware/ virus and Australian Federal Police Ukash virus and so on. Such type of Ransomware claims a fine varying from 100 to 300 Euro or more to unlock your computer timely, or you are at risk of damaging your computer and caught by police for violation of copyright and related rights laws (Video, Music, Software). To avoid further tricks and damages, you’d better take action to eliminate the Ransomware infection from your computer entirely.

This ICSPA Ransomware virus comes with government or official logo, attempting to fool unknown victims to pay the fine timely with payment system such as Kash, Paysafecard or Moneypak. Further convincing information displayed by the Ransomware alert states reasons for the lock-up computer comes to your visit to porn or illegal information online and violation of copyrights and so forth. It also claims that you must pay the penalty of 100 Euro or more within deal time, otherwise you will be caught by the police and even face with a deprivation of liberty of several years. Actually, all displayed information from the lock-up alert page is totally fake and false, which is designed to cheat victims’ money and invade their computers aggressively. Provided that you do pay for the fine, but you still get an entirely screen lock-up computer and lose your money. Thus, there is no circumstances that you pay for the fine to unlock your computer.

Generally speaking, the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus can be a great danger for users’ computers from worldwide as the Ransomware is a virus itself getting into victims’ computers with different names, but behaving in a similar way. Once invaded by the dangerous Ransomware, your computer screen will be locked up entirely. The virus can slow down its system performance and triggering other serious computer problems unexpectedly. Facing such an urgent situation, many victims try to use the anti-software to deal with the virus, but they find it useless at last. Because the virus may block your anti-virus software to take effective, let alone detect or delete the Ransomware from your computer. Urgent as the situation is, you need to remove the virus manually and completely with the help of advanced PC experts online at a quick time.

The following instructions require certain levels of computer skills. If you’re not sure how to delete ICSPA Virus, please live chat with YooCare experts now.

Similar Screenshots of ICSPA Virus, UK Police Central E-crime Unite virus screenshot

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ransomware alert picture

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Screenshot of Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus Alert – ICSPA virus

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Danger of International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus:

#The Ransomware is designed to lock your computer asking that you need to pay for a fine to unlock your computer. In fact, it is just a big scam.
#It locks your computer, claiming that you’ve violated the law of local office by visiting illegal information online.
#The Ransomware is related to cause system crash and computer freezing issue.
#It allows remote access to your computer for your personal information and other sensitive information.

Best way to delete ICSPA virus completely?

Malicious as the Ransomware is, it targets your computer aggressively by popping up a fake alert asking you to pay the fine to get your computer unlocked. It claims that your computer gets locked due to your violation of copyright and related rights laws. The Ransomware alert also threatens victims to pay for the fine timely, or they may be guarded or even caught by police. Many victims are afraid of being imprisoned for years and pay for the penalty without any further investigation. In fact, the information is just false trying to fool unwary victims for fake fines. No matter how convincing information seems to be put on the alert page, you should not trust it or pay for the fine. Actually, the information is just fake and false only used to cheat your money aggressively. At the same time, many victims find that even if they pay for the fine within deal time, they still get a lock-up computer with the scaring pop-up alert page. Because this Ransomware is a scam which won’t help you unlock the computer or regain a clean computer environment. Never believe in such kind of Ransomware alert or pay money for it. Can your anti-virus tool take effective to deal with such a pesky Ransomware entirely? In fact, even the best anti-virus software still can’t delete the stubborn Ransomware completely, let alone detect or remove other potential threats. Thus, it is better for you to remove ICSPA virus manually with the help of PC experts online who are specialize in dealing with such a computer locked alert virus.

Manual removal instructions on removing ICSPA virus safely:

1. Restart your PC before windows launches, tap “F8” constantly. Choose“Safe Mode with Networking” option, and then press Enter key.

2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus processes in the Windows Task Manager.

3. Delete associated files from your PC completely as follows:
%systemroot%\system32
%Temp%\.exe
%StartupFolder%\*.lnk

4. Search for all related registry entries infected by the virus and wipe them out:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\\10
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\\Locked
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Random.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{8AD9C840-044E-11D1-B3E9-00805F499D94}

5. Reboot the computer to normal mode when the above steps are done.

International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Ransomware Manual Removal Video Guide

In conclusion: As the above mentioned, International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus is great threat to users’ computers recently. Many computer users get this Ransomware infection on their computers during their web browsing activities improperly. Once encountered, your computer screen will be locked up entirely by the ICSPA virus, and you will get a pop up from ICSPA claiming a fine of a great sum of money to unlock your computer. Other similar Ransomware infections, such as Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus and FBI Cybercrime Division and so on, also corrupt your computer terribly. Actually, all information on the Ransomware alert is fake and used to cheat you into paying the money. The ICSPA virus ransomware alert is a scam that is used by cyber hackers to cheat unknown computer victims’ money and performs other illegal actions without any permission. To make you scared and worried, the computer lock virus allows remote access to your computer in the purpose of gathering your important financial information and personal information randomly. If you keep the Ransomware in your computer too long, you will come across many computer troubles, including slow system performance and computer freezing. Many executable programs also get affected by the virus so that they can’t perform any function normally, particularly the anti-virus software. That is why the anti-virus software can’t pick up the Ransomware virus entirely. Confronting with such a situation, you’d better consult PC experts online firstly before taking any further step to deal with the virus. PC experts from YooCare will help you remove the horrific Ransomware completely, as they are very skillful at handling with such an infection.

Note: If you found it difficult to follow the removal guide above, please contact YooCare PC experts 24/7 online will help you remove International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus from your computer completely.

Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last updated on March 14, 2014 3:11 am

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